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Lucrative clean-up contracts after Hurricane Ian spark new fights

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It has been a month since Hurricane Ian wiped out parts of southwest Florida. Now multimillion-dollar clean-up contracts are generating new tempests in the Category 4 storm’s wake in the US state. Contractors who remove debris and perform post-storm repairs are fighting over local government contracts that could be worth tens of millions in tax dollars.
Published 3 months ago · Fort Myers, United States

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Hurricane Ian's lucrative cleanup deals generate new storm

It has been a month since Hurricane Ian wiped out parts of southwest Florida. Now multimillion-dollar cleanup contracts are generating new tempests in the Category 4 storm's wake.

3 months ago·United States
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Hurricane Ian's lucrative cleanup deals generate new storm

It has been a month since Hurricane Ian ravaged southwest Florida

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Hurricane Ian's lucrative cleanup deals generate new storm

By MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated PressIt has been a month since Hurricane Ian ravaged southwest Florida. Now multimillion-dollar cleanup contracts are generating tempests in the Category 4 storm’s wake. Contractors who clean up debris and perform other services already are fighting over local government contracts that could be worth tens of millions in tax dollars. The skirmishes offer a preview of the likely fights to come over local, state and fed…

3 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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Lucrative clean-up contracts after Hurricane Ian spark new fights

US officials scrambling to clear debris and rebuild in aftermath of deadly storm are handing out massive contracts.

3 months ago·Qatar
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Hurricane Ian's lucrative cleanup deals generate new storm

It has been a month since Hurricane Ian wiped out parts of southwest Florida. Now multimillion-dollar cleanup contracts are generating new tempests in the Category 4 storm's wake.Contractors who remove debris and perform post-storm repairs are fighting over local government contracts that could be worth tens of millions in tax dollars. The skirmishes offer a preview of likely fights over local, state and federal funds that will be distributed ov…

3 months ago·Jacksonville, United States
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Hurricane Ian's lucrative cleanup deals generate new storm

It has been a month since Hurricane Ian wiped out parts of southwest Florida. Now multimillion-dollar cleanup contracts are generating new tempests in the Category 4 storm's wake.Contractors who remove debris and perform post-storm repairs are fighting over local government contracts that could be worth tens of millions in tax dollars. The skirmishes offer a preview of likely fights over local, state and federal funds that will be distributed ov…

3 months ago·Miami, United States
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